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NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was a tale of three sets that played out like three distinct matches, and in the end it was Italian Sara Errani roaring in triumph at the U.S. Open on Friday moments after
South America\'s largest economy slipped into a recession in the first half of the year, making President Dilma Rousseff\'s uphill battle for re-election that much tougher. Conway G. Gittens reports.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany midfielder Marco Reus scored one goal and set up another in three minutes as Borussia Dortmund survived a late comeback to beat Augsburg 3-2 on Friday and bounce back from
The U.S. government releases new video appearing to show an airstrike against Islamic State militants in northern Iraq. Nathan Frandino reports.
Reimagining the mall as we know it  (30 August 03:46 am) 
While much has been made of the decline of the modern mall, the back-to-school shopping season offers a glimpse into how malls are adapting to change. Lily Jamali reports.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bernard Tomic withdrew from his second-round match at the U.S. Open on Friday with a hip injury that could keep him from representing Australia in Davis Cup action next month.
ASUNCION (Reuters) - South America must keep its strong World Cup presence for the 2018 finals because it is a competitive region with the hardest qualifying programme, CONMEBOL president Juan Angel
NORTON Massachusetts (Reuters) - Keegan Bradley gave his Ryder Cup prospects a timely boost as he charged into an early one-shot lead with a birdie-birdie finish to his opening round of the Deutsche
MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan agreed a two-year loan deal with Chelsea for misfit striker Fernando Torres on Friday but the Spaniard has yet to agree terms and decide to end his London nightmare.
Michael Kercheval, CEO of the International Council of Shopping Centers, discusses how malls are using mobile technology to seal deals with shoppers.
The U.S. government has released new video showing U.S. airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Kevin Mullaney, President of retail consulting firm The Grayson Company, says a glut of retail square footage has challenged the American mall and offers turnaround strategies.
(Reuters) - Stephen Gallacher produced a sparkling late rush of birdies on Friday to resuscitate his chances of earning an automatic Ryder Cup place at the final points-counting event, the Italian
LONDON (Reuters) - Ecuador’s Enner Valencia is itching to regain the form that earned him the nickname \"Superman\" and show fans why West Ham United brought the World Cup striker to Upton Park.
LONDON (Reuters) - England manager Roy Hodgson was wrong to criticise Luke Shaw\'s fitness and the defender is an \"example\" in the changing room, Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal said on Friday.
Huge surf from Hurricane Marie expected to entertain beach goers through the Labor Day weekend. Linda So reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - \"This is not the Mario Balotelli show\", warned Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers who is able to call on the mercurial Italian forward for the first time against Tottenham Hotspur on
U.N.: Syrian refugees top three million  (29 August 11:51 pm) 
The United Nations agency for refugees, UNHCR, says nearly half of all Syrians are now displaced either within Syria or outside the country. Most of the refugees have fled the Syrian civil war to
Breakingviews: Not so hip to be Square  (29 August 10:32 pm) 
Antony Currie and Rob Cyran explain why the payment company\'s potential $6 billion valuation after raising funds is more a sign of weakness than strength.
HARARE (Reuters) - South Africa survived a batting collapse precipitated by a hat-trick from spinner Prosper Utseya to beat Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the third match of the triangular series on Friday.
Claudia Perlich, Chair of the 2014 Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, explains the incentives tech companies offer to recruit data scientists, and what candidates are looking for.
Claudia Perlich, Chair of the 2014 Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, explains the incentives tech companies offer to recruit data scientists, and what candidates are looking for.
LONDON (Reuters) - Diego Costa is doubtful for Chelsea\'s trip to Everton on Saturday while manager Jose Mourinho has said the club will be in trouble if media reports of a Fernando Torres move to AC
South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 61 runs  (29 August 08:47 pm) 
HARARE (Reuters) - South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the third one-day international of the triangular series, also involving Australia, at Harare Sports Club on Friday. Scores: South Africa
British Prime Minister David Cameron says his government is raising the UK international terror threat level to \"severe\", meaning a terror attack is highly likely. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).